This chapter explores the values and aesthetics of contemporary Native Theater making. The ways in which the production is realized, the processes of creative decision-making, as well as the spiritual and political reverberations of the work itself, are instrumental to what the author terms: Indigenous theatrical praxis. This essay explores how Indigenous theatrical praxis is a force of decolonization by addressing four interconnected dramaturgical aspects of Native Theater: the reclamation of theatrical space; the advancement of professional standards for Native artists; the elevation of contemporary Native stories; and the sustenance of Native community.